The Washington Post, which top editor Bob Woodward said has 20 people working on Trump, is also digging hard on Hillary Rodham Clinton, with plans for a major series on her life in addition to coverage of the Republican and a Donald Trump book. All of these efforts are aimed at revealing everything we possibly can about both candidates so that voters are as well informed as possible. The Post is also rolling out a major series of stories on the life and career of Hillary Clinton, in addition to the extensive coverage we already have published, Kristine Coratti Kelly, vice president for communications & events, said. The paper said that the same team of reporters covering Trump that Woodward mentioned is also covering Clinton. For our campaign coverage, we have had a dedicated team investigating all of the presidential candidates since late 2014. Over the past several months, that team has focused most of its time on the two dominant stories of this campaign — Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Currently, the same people cover both on rotation, she explained.
Former president Bill Clinton said Monday that he sometimes wishes he wasn't married to Hillary Clinton, but only so he could speak more freely about the front-runner Democratic candidate for president. The hotter this election gets, the more I wish I were just a former president and just for a few months not the spouse of the next one, Clinton said in New Hampshire of his wife. Because, you know, I have to be careful what I say. Clinton later repeated that line. Tonight my job is to introduce Hillary, he said. Sometimes when I'm on a stage like this, I wish we weren't married. Then I could say what I really think. The Clintons' marriage has become a topic of the 2016 White House race. Last year, Trump warned the couple that any effort on their part to smear him as sexist would force Trump to bring up Bill Clinton's extra-marital affairs. That threat seemed to shut down the Clintons' plans to use that line of attack on Trump.
Sen. Jeff Sessions, a Senate Judiciary Committee subcommittee chairman and former prosecutor, warned that liberal judge appointments to the Supreme Court by a President Hillary Rodham Clinton will end constitutional law. With a fifth liberal making a Democratic majority on the court, Sessions warned in an interview, This will be the end of law in America. He predicted that giving Democrats a majority will result in an explosion of liberal legal changes driven by two new members appointed by President Obama, Elena Kagan and Sonia Sotomayor. We'll have Kagan and Sotomayor on steroids and more, said Sessions. They believe they have the power to redefine the meaning of words from plain meaning, plain historical understandings, and make them say what they want so they can advance their agenda which is a direct attack on the American people to set the agenda, said Sessions.
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